We don’t want you to miss out on the Solarize deals because you lost track, so we wanted to let you know that the deadline for signing up for the Solarize LSW program is January 31. After that, the discount prices will no longer be available. (In other words, to qualify, contracts must be signed … Continue reading On the Fence Party!
That's me, Kaat, the Wayland solar coach, on my roof with my arrays. I have fear of heights, and of ladders (otherwise I'm pretty fearless). That's how much I want to get the word out for this great program before it ends on January 31st! Spread the word!
Last weekend's Lincoln Houses concluded our Solarize Open House "tours". But if you would as yet like to see any of these systems up close and talk to home owners, let the solar coaches know (email SolarizeLSW@gmail.com), and we'll arrange an open house, just for you!
On October 22, between 1-3 PM, check out all the elements of a solar photovoltaic system up close, talk with homeowners who have lived with these systems, learn about the Solarize LSW deals and incentives. Open to all residents of Lincoln, Sudbury and Wayland. Visit all five! Check out the neat map on Green Lincoln! … Continue reading 10/22: Five Open Houses in Lincoln
On October 15, visit two Solar Open Houses in Wayland. Open to all residents of Wayland, Lincoln, Sudbury (and Natick). Walk in any time, visit both! 1-3 PM: 14 Brooks Road, Wayland - The perfect solar roof! The Lees have the perfect solar roof and exposure! "We embraced solar for greenie purposes. We never expected it to … Continue reading 10/15: Two Solar Open Houses in Wayland
Official press release: Lincoln, Sudbury, Wayland, MA — October 10, 2017. Local Solarize program announces changes after recent federal ruling. After a recent ruling by the U.S. International Trade Commission (ITC) on imported solar panels, the Solarize Mass program for Lincoln, Sudbury, and Wayland (SolarizeLSW) has announced two changes to its program. On September 22, … Continue reading U.S. International Trade Commission Ruling impacts Our Program
Our “IS THIS SITE GOOD FOR SOLAR?” sign, constructed by the Lincoln GearTicks robotics team, is actually measuring how much light shines on the sign over a 24-hour window, which it then uses to estimate how many kilowatt-hours (“kWH”) of electric power could be generated that day per Watt of solar panel installed there. Next … Continue reading Gearticks Build a Super Solar-Powered Solar Sign for Solarize LSW!